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  • A city of southwest Honshu, Japan, on the Inland Sea east of Kure. It is a commercial, industrial, and communications center. Population: 460,000.

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  • In short, Fukuyama is a proponent of everything that is backwards, and an enemy of decentralism and human freedom.

    Tenure trouble?

  • Where Rice sharply differs from Fukuyama is in her vision of a strong tension between a beneficent order of liberal states and the “transnational forces” that seek to tear down the global system.

    Grand Illusions

  • "Trust," according to Fukuyama, is the probability within a culture that two people who do not know each other are able to work ethically with each other.

    Building Trust

  • Mashiro Fukuyama is a Japanese sculptor who creates "contemporary and ceremonial Samurai suits, inspired by the ancient culture of the Samurai and contemporary game-culture."

    Boing Boing: October 9, 2005 - October 15, 2005 Archives

  • He writes that Endists his term for Fukuyama and his adherents tend to assume that human beings will operate in ways that are rational.

    Sands of Empire

  • What's becoming clear is that there was a fatal flaw in Fukuyama's model.

    Archive 2002-01-06

  • Unless you accept some kind of Fukuyama-style end of history for operating systems, then the Microsoft/Apple duumvirate is not the last word-but it's going to be harder for contenders that don't have the BBC's blessing.

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  • But as the likes of Chua have made clear, illegal expropriations of private property, genocide in Rwanda in 1994, intensifying nationalism and ethnic conflict in the Balkans, and the rise of fundamentalism have shown how mistaken thinkers such as Fukuyama were about the outcomes of the spread of markets and democracy.

    The Guardian World News

  • The author at TAKING HAYEK SERIOUSLY in a related article titled Fukuyama on "Hayek's Challenge". writes:

    Caldwell, Hayek, and Math, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Reviewed by Francis Fukuyama The intellectual distance the Western world has traversed over the past two generations in how we think about markets, ...

    Caldwell, Hayek, and Math, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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